Mayor Ko, the mayor of Taipei, Taiwan, visited MIT on March 22nd as part of his US tour. He met with MIT students and the Boston Taiwanese network to discuss opportunities for young people as our cities continually change and evolve. The event featured a keynote from the Mayor followed by a Q and A session.
In addition to his afternoon keynote, Mayor Ko, also visited the Media Lab for demos with Biomechantronics, Conformable Decoders, and the City Science group. Michael Lin also led him on a lab tour.
The afternoon agenda was as follows:
Do the right thing. Do things right.
Translation: Mayor Ko talks about the troubles of youth. The future is weird? Are you still holding your head and thinking about the future? In the end, is it good to play a good day, or should you find a stable income? At this time, what is the different view of Ke Wenzhe, the mayor of Taipei who has brought Taiwan’s political innovation, to face the crossroads of life?